Prague During Communism 4 Hour Private Driven Tour
The Czechs peacefully overthrew the communist regime in 1989, a year that changed the course of the nation´s history. Nearly 250,000 political prisoners were interned in labour camps during the communist regime. We will show you the places in Prague where the Revolution occurred. Join our guide to show you the sites connected with the communist coup – the wrong-minded reforms in the 1950s that led the nation to poverty, the occupation of the city in 1968 by the Warsaw Pact, the site where Jan Palach burnt himself in protest and his grave, where the famous Vaclav Havel lived and lives and the places connected with the student demonstrations in 1989.
Tickets to attractions are not included in the tour price.